Life is a lot less stressful when you feel like you’re on top of your finances. These days, it is a lot easier to stay on track with your finances thanks to the numerous apps available. If you haven’t tried these apps, maybe it’s time to give them a go! To help you decide which is right for you, here’s a list of some of the most popular money management apps:


This is a free app that is easy to navigate. It comes with a SmartScan that lets you photography, tag and categorize receipts. You can also input this information manually. Additionally, Expensify has a track distance and track button button.

Expensify also allows you to add a credit or debit card, which allows you to keep better track of both your account earnings and expenses.


Check is the ideal choice for people who use their debit or credit card to pay most of their bills. It can also make it easier for you to pay your bills on time by sending you notifications when your bills are due. This app is free, but other features are available for a fee. You can add a bill pay feature and track your credit score for an extra fee.


BUDGT is a simple financing tool that can be used to manage your day to day expenses. It calculates the amount of money left in your budget from day to day. That makes it easier for you to stay within your set budget, because you can see where your money is going and how much is left in the budget in real time.


Mint syncs up your bank accounts, mutual funds, IRA and 401K, and gives you a big picture of your finances. Mint has an updates section that will allow you to see how much you have been using your accounts. It also has an Overview section that has your monthly budget, account totals and credit score. Keep in mind that you can get your credit score free when you set up your account.

If you go over your budget, then you will be sent an alert. Not only does Mint help you keep track of your finances, but it also analyzes your spending habits. Additionally, it will point out areas where you are able to save money.


If you love using the envelope system of budgeting in real life, but don’t want to carry around that much cash, this app may be for you. GoodBudget has an “envelopes” section that allows you to divide up your expenses and analyze your spending habits — an envelope system for your smartphone. Also, this app is ideal for people who have an irregular pay schedule: GoodBudget has an irregular option, which allows you to get track of spending that is not routine.

People can sleep better at night when they know their finances are in order. You may want to consider using apps to help you stay on track of your budget. GoodBudget, Expensify, Check, BUDGT and Mint are examples of some of the apps you can use to stay on top of your finances.

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